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Famous People Named Tod

 

Writers

Tod Ballard (Writer, "Cowboy G-Men" (1952))

Tod Carroll – writer of Clean and Sober (1988), O.C. and Stiggs (1987) and National Lampoon Goes to the Movies (1982)

Tod Davies (Writer, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998))

Tod Goldberg - author of the novels Living Dead Girl (Soho Press), a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and Fake Liar Cheat (Pocket Books/MTV) and the short story collection Simplify (OV Books)

Tod Waller (Writer, Find the Lady (1936))

 

Tod Williams - Tod Culpan Williams, also known as Kip, is the writer and director of such files as "The Door In the Floor" and "Paranormal Activity 2." He is the son of architech Tod Williams and sister to model/actress Rachel Williams.

Tod Harrison Williams (Writer, Trainwreck: My Life as an Idiot (2007))

Athletes

Tod Sloan (1874-1933) - made his name in racing at the turn-of-the-century. He began his career at age 19 and quickly discovered the advantages of using shortened stirrups. His success with this new style of riding revolutionized the sport in America and England.

Actors

Tod Abrams (Producer, The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green (2005))

Tod Andrews (I) (Actor, Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)

Tod Badker (Actor, One Million AC/DC (1969))

Tod Baker (Actor, Hedonistic Pleasures (1969))

Tod Bass (Actor, "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" (1968))

Tod Booth (Actor, Brenda Starr (1989))

Tod Brooks (Actor, Old No. 587: The Great Train Robbery (2000))

Tod Brown (Actor, Arizona Sweepstakes (1926))

Tod Bryant (Actor, Beach Balls (1988))

Tod Burns (Actor, The Mother Instinct (1917))

Tod Cody (Actor, The Bride (1985/I))

Tod Coppola (Actor, Let's Talk About Sex (1998/I))

Tod Cregier (Actor, Luke and the Mermaids (1916))

Tod Dockstader (Writer, Mouse Into Space (1962))

Tod Engle (Actor, Rachel, Rachel (1968))

Tod Fortner (Actor, 7eventy 5ive (2006))

Tod Glass (Actor, My Sister Hank (1972) (TV))

Tod Goodwin (Actor, Rose Bowl (1936))

Tod Gordon (II) (Actor, Hardcore Homecoming (2005) (V))

Tod Green (Actor, Slammer Girls (1987))

Tod Griffin (Actor, She Demons (1958))

Tod Griswold (Actor, Stuck On You (2003))

Tod Hunter (II) (Actor, "Death Valley Days: A City Is Born (#14.8)" (1965))

Tod Johnson (Actor, Troma's War (1988))

Tod Karns (Actor, It's a Wonderful Life (1946))

Tod Alan Lash (Actor, Skyscraper Country (2002))

Tod Leonard (Actor, "ESPN SportsCentury: Phil Mickelson" (2005))

Tod Macofsky (Actor, Detective (2005) (TV))

Tod McKibbin – Doo Wah Rider in Basic Instinct (1992)

Tod Peterson (Actor, Untitled King of Hearts Documentary (2007))

Tod Purvis (II) (Actor, Pranksters (2002))

Tod Short (Actor, The Night That Never Happened (1997))

Tod Slaughter (Actor, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1936))

Tod Sloan (Actor, Hot Heels (1928))

Tod Spence - Actor, Blood of the Iron Maiden Traffic Script Supervisor, worked on famous TV commercials like Mr. Wimple vs. Charmin Tissue and Ronald McDonald Flies a Kite, Feature films like The Brothers and The Condor Man, And Michael Jackson's Moon Walker

"What a life, couldn't have made it having to carry around two d's." - Tod Spence

Tod Sterling (Actor, Stunt Pilot (1939))

Tod Swank (Actor, Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator (2002))

Tod Talbert (Writer, Dingle, Dangle (1966))

Tod Talford (Actor, The Lucky Elopement (1914))

Tod Thawley (Actor, Eat Your Heart Out (1997))

Tod Thompson (I) (Actor, The Paper Route (1999))

Tod Tichon (Actor, Scalpers (2000))

Tod Turchinski (Actor, Scalpers (2000))

Tod Underwood (Writer, Old Age Handicap (1928))

Tod Waters (Actor, Look Who's Toxic (1990))

Tod Whitmore (Actor, Dammit, Jim, I'm Only a Documentary! (1993) (V))

Tod Windsor (Actor, Gioventù di notte (1961))

Tod Woodcroft (Actor, Deadline (1981))

 

Directors and Producers

Tod Browning – director, writer and producer. Directed the classic movie Dracula (1931) starring Béla Lugosi and The Devil-Doll (1936). His first film was By the Sun’s Rays (1914) featuring Lon Chaney.

Tod Dahlke (Producer, "America's Next Top Model" (2003))

Tod Gordon (I) (Director, Blood! Broads! And Brawls (2003) (V))

Tod Harrison (Director, The Big Bend (2003) (V))

Tod Huntington (Actor, The Maldonado Miracle (2003) (TV))

Tod Lancaster (Producer, Overnight (2003))

Tod S. Lending - an Academy Award nominated and national Emmy winning producer/director/writer whose work has aired nationally on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, HBO

Tod Lippy (Director, Cookies (1999))

Tod Mesirow (Producer, "Monster Garage" (2002))

Tod Perkins (Producer, Mocking the Cosmos (1996))

Tod Polson (Director, Al Tudi Tuhak (1999))

Tod W. Robinson (Producer, Conundrum (2000))

Tod Schellinger (II) (Producer, "Overhaulin'" (2004))

 

Hollywood Production

Tod Abelman (Miscellaneous Crew, Parents (1989))

Tod Andrews (II) (Editor, Death Row Diner (1988))

Tod Barton (Miscellaneous Crew, Guinevere (1999))

Tod Benton (Miscellaneous Crew, The Second Civil War (1997) (TV))

Tod Boyle (Miscellaneous Crew, The Laramie Project (2002))

Tod Brice (Editor, Deadly Pursuits (1996) (TV))

Tod Scott Brody (Production Manager, The First Wives Club (1996))

Tod Campbell (Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Ball & Chain (2004))

Tod Carter (Art Department, Quest for Camelot (1998))

Tod Ciaciuch (Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Malibooty! (2003) (V))

Tod Cohen (Miscellaneous Crew, Marilyn Alive and Behind Bars (1992))

Tod Cooper (Miscellaneous Crew, The Producers (2005))

Tod Corman (Editor, Discovering 'Evil Dead' (2002) (V))

Tod Cronn (Miscellaneous Crew, The Itsy Bitsy Spider (1992))

Tod DiTommaso (Miscellaneous Crew, Jawbreaker (1999))

Tod Van Dyk (Sound Department, The Mallory Effect (2002))

Tod Evans (I) (Miscellaneous Crew, Gasoline Rainbows (2000))

Tod Evans (II) (Miscellaneous Crew, Boys (1996))

Tod Fennell (Actor, Kayla (1999))

Tod Feuerman – editor and producer of TV movies and films including The Tommyknockers (1993), Category 7: The End of the World (2005) and The Blob (1988)

Tod Freese (Visual Effects, Betaville (2001))

Tod Frye (Actor, Once Upon Atari (2003) (V))

Tod B. Galloway (Composer, Winged Victory (1944))

Tod Hedrick (Composer, Fixin' It in Post (2005) (V))

Tod Hillman (Miscellaneous Crew, Bare Exposure (1993))

Tod Holcomb – music editor for "The Tick" (2001) TV Series, CQ (2001), Dungeons & Dragons: The Movie (2000) and Nurse Betty (2000)

Tod Hostetler (Art Department, Luck of the Draw (2000))

Tod Jonson (I) (Art Director, Toraoji annun haebyong (1963))

Tod Keller (Stunts, Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988))

Tod Kent (Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, True Color (2004))

Tod Lautenberg (Miscellaneous Crew, "Scrubs" (2001))

Tod Lending (II) (Miscellaneous Crew, Meet the Applegates (1991))

Tod A. Maitland – Sound engineer for films such as Enchanted (2007), The Village (2004) and Seabiscuit (2003)

Tod Marsden – Production manager of Emperor’s New Groove (2000) and assistant production manager Pocahontas (1995)

Tod A. Mathias (Miscellaneous Crew, Dumb & Dumber (1994))

Tod Mercy (Miscellaneous Crew, Incident at Loch Ness (2004))

Tod Modisett (Editor, "Behind the Music" (1997))

Tod Nakamura (Stunts, "House, M.D." (2004))

Tod Nicol (Miscellaneous Crew, "The Beatles Anthology" (1995) (mini))

Tod Olivieri (Miscellaneous Crew, The Last Marshal (1999))

Tod Poison (Visual Effects, Ghost in the Machine (1993))

Tod Purvis (I) (Miscellaneous Crew, "The Surreal Life" (2003))

Tod Ranson (Miscellaneous Crew, The Jackal (1997))

Tod Ryan (Special Effects, Bride of Re-Animator (1990))

Tod Schellinger (I) (Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, "Girls Behaving Badly" (2003))

Tod Swan Scott (Sound Department, The Tale of the Rat That Wrote (1999))

Tod Swindell (Miscellaneous Crew, Tin Cup (1996))

Tod Spangler (Miscellaneous Crew, Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003))

Tod M. Volpe – Film crewmember on Diehard (1988)

Tod Whipple (Miscellaneous Crew, Session 9 (2001))

Tod Wiener (Miscellaneous Crew, Cecil B. DeMille: American Epic (2004) (TV))

Tod Withey (Miscellaneous Crew, Lost Thoughts (2002))

Tod Wooten – composer of the song “I See You Baby” used in My First Mister (2001) and What Women Want (2000)

 



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